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vANN.(LiEN( ~(0 iY. 14' LNEIA (~OE~;N,9
bi the b
somet - -
and wer c .
shirt. Cm u
applied to oui 1:;
dis'pensa appe:-o t
which w know by ae11Vd
no greater stage 7,11o et u
"wvristba d,'" ' . .re.-' .
to the sh ,
separable c r
from the vt. -
Methodist palueon 0 T 1 , - X
nezer Drown by namaw, *'.oe1
nei.ghbors by i-asmdfaeinrm" a uz or
so and peti'li:;th ir.....
naial success. It bt .u
small tradeo., whLch slumaberd lo
different h fnos for a good tea ve r>
when the tinme had come fcr sc;ut: to
arous, .t. a d tho prcsent m n r
bounding through time.
FIach of the many very ctmii : u S
e-ngaged i th'is boanc of trueh
nxed up a littl 1 :*i, y tre t'o pv 't
hcwp~~t ~Li r.. c in'..
selsv to bth oiL. a. Trov e-ir
house. Cileu _1:, amsaoism e
millionaires, a lU tu u t .
half dozs every e . t i
to ba a busic.es *Ni?xa Lows 'o
season and is rover'l"l for 1t I.:
ness and pree. .on.
Of coarse the nr t mly-made
were but crde an ul .,m
the home-Lactorid a It
long winle before co: -a L.
crept in to perL Ut: :
wearer. For many years t e .
-1 few stada ourd -h::JcS
"M I those cminon to an . e,
nd brad ck.Ee
. a -i"Shkep .u, a-a
"S t. cL d, :t " , ' - -
< n'a:tity Lecn
maker Las a o. 1
and cop vi;gh- t1 W. I r
aLshough don at:
are just asmca ' *'e
miaker as nteo 23
The linen o ui",. -d:i-.c u
facture of ci 1a er va
ordinary 'to ve'ry i. -
ing mfsumsels~iir w
celience of tL.r lthe t
Irish linen is ". I. L-1y eaCt .
made es.e laly ll r '
their u.:e. ka , d tV . it
extremely low .tur I: :
use the upper grade 1L, n d e
fore purcLase and . e pr L
cle. The linen iP de"ver'd to.te
ufacturers in;)>o, o u y.
each. The exaat grade is ety acr
tained in the clu fpet y g
the nuruiyer of tirixtats to La Lc:
fabric, which is donwi a
constructed c'omblai:u f n .' :
glass and sealed neasure. The threads
vary from "liiteen hadr.. o . we
three hunrdi," according to nuemL.
but the :,ui.. cont are irm "ivecty -
to "twenty-t wo hundred" for colia d
Muslin used? in the iroecess fe: -
layers and bacing is cou~tedct .i. U
the same wv, but ixZ ?sAenly-e
eighty-tw~o is ca.erea un1forny 0"u
for the prpose. .'r goo arcu
measure by hand f a seraesof m:'C
wcod pat rfl, w.itu a sharp steel blade.
Due allowarice iivn in this wiork for
the stitching and~ shrnage which is to'
finally rnauce thie collar to its st a? ar
The linen "v' "~ are then "inter
lined" with the r. -n*t p)ys o musii
two interlining2s tis nakmg a iceL .T
collar of the~ lini:,bed article, thoug fo
rul-:. In staying ci-ia bOthi U,"' i
front facings aire of in, in turndu
only the outer, the concealed in- bug
of fine quality mausii. When the sever
al pieces oi aecllars are thus Ud
together in ozens they are takktLn t
another diepartmnent, whJere tu. weLr
side of the band is; branded with noe
tradtuark and side' with indelible 1a-:
and theni each set of pi. cs is firlhflt
togeth r. in-dde~ cut, with a strong .arc
pam'. They are then sewed tighLy to
geti r along the outer edges and sem
outsade a" be turned by anothr clss oi
cp.:ratives altogether. The:e i-la
turners are deiugered. earncrs f i
mon' :, and Ij all this wo.rk at ixe
sending for and rturniog the'ai :
to the faictory . 'urndown collars re
<1 uire two turningrs ul 'he ..ewed mater
-one for the capc an,: one wiche
matelv. Stnu colxur .u eemC
need only one tu rm.'n .dui~tn
are punched in th proper" phosa
mere slit in t'ego u<l .
second orei: is the mo~-v
raises the sttch( g m ": r a
Ine t o' 'O'.re .
ters~o u .
from n - --
betwn WC -
er back .?.r :.i
ward. The 'arrA .
and most origin' La: for d.:ay
lar. It was once a simple emp of re'
nforcd linen without grace and beauty.
.iris cut o io th Wik
uo th o
m to :0a1:"ovi0
Wyk1= tv _-J 1;' -i. .j.
-O eh - fw ov
e~~~ ~~~~ C. h aer h .b
J. ~ ~ 4 A a o
olAr:: nd enii s A ane -in 1And
c a Yan:. r- o i
-. i a -ay
revm, anddh':.: Yothelcs eiluilrn ,
Aa v . i . C. i o in 0 tit .ihte: .
ixocci.' Id? ""' I "WSI 3dn the out:a
fl I i t' .'i I", ' Q11: 3 11. !'L
a --) an, I L:1i. . In C ...
ATh 'ittle ons c, aut do rotaIng, i
so hee:psiltyrested upon the!
shoukiers ofth 1 -: a--eit si ster.
The Lait thing whe dlid! ac~tr the-L funear
al was to seau the ~p.e's for aduccrtiue
maents in th'e "-1,hl wante-1"c n.
She MIun, in U11 eveniug paper an ad
vrteme:: or a Sri to rua a Li::0b
machine. .it was ic it vl kano 'ew
on a jmr:Aynt.et. Am& S atppi and;
wa a b .: Se a
Uo.c, ca o ..zn -. qaw a co 0:S D
cer not 'hr this .oitig.C BtCn
'"'C' t nk 'mquirits aton
. irls, and iouad tht the girls
eftvl ii. ete conl lnut inake eo
o lioc u'. al night of tue :-c-.
1:dt 111te tO MSe abOu it. :Al yue
-it forWo:.an fo lie: her t Lim _.
- - d V1,h two ia.s' Uill
e r e i'e ;-ad mad:, two jaz:k-- I
utel the emi to
:.. :L- IN, L n
HanW vni , Om fr the uwe of the
.... o''"s r u f
a~~~mes - t 1A,:: exe10
:: ::- ' r , utz::t. a'. s
2. A'~r the
701 Owto ' " 02 aiZit
AII mal y-C..
ust, and aiae Ot :aiuandtere. mll' x
:va ui m:rrit'ib- t it has -
- se C :.;:n se to u' po -
he chauds*o t e'dei n'ly 'is u'
ureas t 1aicaS'- of bonds tha
cn a me aSaving in ?Aterest by buy'n .
- tis 1a1 s:au.ezc a: isgrace mia' 12
ry tax :ui'n i's "t ta~ "iorn.~
..:"Jvlrlhueit comnmts a gross$ ina 1c
:-e"'. iEat. the sur~u i re. I cOn-j
'itates a puloli a i-ger. _ mi as, when~f
. Usei ou fir, the~re. is no "tue to mf
v.::Jgte or to qu arrei as to thet repon
SibiO for? th .?a-.e, .1r t) comp~te the
po"i"i 'VaVIng *v the in'surance comn
Vaiiis. "3 1 >wr'i no tim to bla me'
et amte.?. s or re:+ thegai of
"ir::-t mt .i ofthe '.urplus. ltemaove
the dWi:gor n e'. an'd guard against its
reu r?ence Leeafter.
Let the :ruasury pay out the idle
ioy in boud puarchases, at a premhiaml
ra ilbring the bonds.-New York
'The Story of a l'olIcy'.
The Valiey a1tual Life Associ'atioa,
of Virgi'?ia,'be~an business Se'ptemer
32, 1t72-. Gue~antee .xand, investea ini
bods andi morigLges utrst lien on real
Tu *ale 31sual Life Association o:
Vri::a is te h lrgest and rhe leadti?g
d.ie tridtinm the' Sunth. OWr
.t mlle tftdo!!ars has beenl psa in
Cnt th 'I .fl.i:.eS ok dec:sed mem -
T cu htapne:-'S of its plan 's deon-i
s~s. . 4y th expiee of~Cii those wi no
are leurIed I illustraton of tis fat
c 'e .'.a C :: ' o. :n hi udbyh NI.W . .
Gay. Su~sfn \ " a . 2'ney o;'s
has .ar - evey"cot t"
- u I
-rm1: sorUiI-s wv: Lt'oY :.
Ho-. the Pr. ident of the Unil- S ate
Was Revvald in t. "'.. City of ijh
In spakin g of Prs s Cle>Jnde
u day in ill the teicgrapa ac- a
-ount Lauv There are inore C.!n Ine
u r hrc per1ous n -
to . ".. ix ' l o s - s
with rAi I
Enn tsb-r 'n r-:e h n the 42
Mv uk' br*"hter. The rai ces I t j
:lohCds contiune id thiestenCing. Iro t
:C Le'g the Statte Capitol the Lrs r
7:a by the Govezno- ltad .
InJmrbes of eachu -i ach of u.0
Le:.lau 1. c He so meet the_ visii:ng a
G'overnors, meb ftheC Sure.
;Cur1t, sup'erikor ardCit.- cou:15 j . ,
ite Sats oiedsand other .l m
When e c 'Ao)1i" 't the capiM a
lad concludedt tLe rout" wa contied it
iirectly to thec Piedmont Park. The
isiting (overnors with Governor Gor- j
Ion, S'-nators Brown ad Colquitt :md iU,
ther distinguished men, joined the pro- i
ession as it left the capitol. On eter- (i
ing the main gate the artillery nred a (
2ational salute to the ident After a
ome unavoidable dely', ceeatn ed 'by z
:he great mass of huanaity long the -i
onte of theb- roesi Withn h A
rouns. the di-tinguhd guests vere
sc1rte to ibespeukcv' st'aind mi the
reattest cnthusiua'sm which la'Std fo.
eve.ral iniLtcts. Finally whe quiet i
iad ben restored, the xercis'eS of the 0,
rcre opened by President Collier-s a-s
-onuC uent that prayer %1;ould be one red
)y the iv. Dr. Barnett, of the First t
rsbrian Church. After prayer Mr. .
2olliir ;resented Mr. H. WX. Grady, who
leivered a very eloquent address of m
51r. (rady said: "1y cu:tm, I
hall have the ho(nor of t t
ou tu-: ie foremo.t ruler of 'hisG
arthl. 11he Pres- ident o4 t-he Amrcnof
-epublic; one to whom, by the pradu! h
na n -wstioved 0 1i . .e 0
I%, their tig t c:d-0
C en . r aa. St is t : r
J.11 . 0:1.
:te i . . -1 t .
-. o r , t 5 : e t ^
. er! s . i':a a' as ; t, u ... a
u:e u:ed :3.e by~i ;or Ja: T u
:l he adf-. -.- i
Tahe Prsiur aul e'.1Lr 211 &.o1
r.-utg tt -n er of j -
he Cul4i-1r th' ti;OfiS vldd lS;
c~apiatedsevi-ud y a*
L'i p r. I c oa t: e ou , A . h' il:v -
a. reoat:y~ LiC sven oa rrewma:c nI a
.me~rn harigt *'fl 1 i~st :0 g-r3 ~.t
ou:. ader tha +1 ny sing au o
e...:A., ha cn ~nb d. niU. I
ountrvute.C OI) 'vml Co : Cn you
I .fesident ovelr catrsar VI
i ut :uads te ba mr per "ln lo t
he'- Chief" ren as~1b heCLC
Th Prsie oe a nnncd daseaivered outd
Iadais, r cnig drihi.-tor oAthu- V
a.L reating thetry he ind wierul
leeopet :-dn paisingd the rogth t
,n-1 progres Wof the Soth Ati' the cs c
S, its al-es the Preiden ::indi 01.,
mprt~ feaur of~ teosiio and 'Ii
f ~ )I. .II .t . ,a e . t .
auesei of\ ~r u tue heot zthr
L)rt_'aPresident ClvlrL held a D Lie
-be'eeon at~ theL foot of* tahe pear'
uanreidhnce of rs. Clevelti Th:n er
Tepbiccet of the Presidentilaryetnd a
.u a1? rein Hos ot ceaiht o a c
huila fr hcr and then ittwended
:iv. f erh reception tnhono pofath0me
nunb. se ndisuie p-eron'ags.
pitalr tos whClu atteba.ewre
vrnrGrd ote hVot; Gvenu.
''-y o Fida. n '.ead.oo
,a Croih; SeatorUrow, Gee -
'IkoofBle3ae h .Peidn
i te tat Snae, pekerofth
-Ioue H.W ray n th hoth
iotatr lea il n lr Iy
wee oaly benterain at' r- 'anheo at :
wimr t kih zciortes in Our
From w York 1un.
a -of ?rr isvWas occasioned
t3 dep.a- t (t :a.e by the ali
sti.:n of CU:.'i*' ard Eu;:'h
-a - . t - t:try ias r--Iat .
0- Alt ' (I'''
c1' dep e z.o rcord aIiy
ug ~ ~ t~ th slt~b~~
y th A*rl iCa de In
ih thLs ( i.
V.i--1i. After see
-.uaj~ tie lt Iau I
een., ma n s c ia un e
. d : d t't authority
> co th iiftvorth d ree. It was at
is h ! :. hI i olillir-is laid d e
ch arier~s rues4fr 'avigationi inl
iu -a . o vel waris permitted 1E
cc. - It1lian units 3
?~ste 1n1.2s, under pumdky of.
A-iis-ad imrion. i ry .h
'X A ic-. r ale rihe i
.~~~~A mi..igws-naUkost un
own in.1:wrct y thr.Thr ia one
na ' m-sian conany that shipped a
n v.:rious pa,;s, and the nav'
Mt 1aw was meant to protect it.
ter, sevcv trading ve-sets irom the
nited cruised in t'h vicinity of Alaka,
it were warned off by the Russin
icials. It ws a. this time that John
aiev Ad.:os, tie scrtary of State, in
verv eur.-etic man.ner, deied the s
i t territory, norW
ti r ?iip o A:saa. Mr.oI
lams' radi:d courie seced the United C
.tes the rfigh In m a!kan waters.
Whn A-Ca- was ceded to the United t
-e te i.! of demariSation dtcn-n- i
V" " "'flr bondairy of Behrivg; I
:a made :r a rIare Cl!usun, from tie !
a "h-rnm-stoit 0n Prince Edward's 1
land so a poit ne.:r Atton Island of t
-a ast, thus naking a coM- e
.:e cloe. ''ir.: imqinary lie of de- 1
raaon rus.- a course of about 900 a
1.g fr1m northeast to southwest. The 1L
ol -re of Bchricm Sea, including c
iro' 3 .,uuid, acad iki:tol Bay, is C
o ft C-0,06 . ure Lmilis. The St. t:
a,-, S. aul I-land , where must i e
the. sc.l ar caiured, are about Seven 0
'te miles '-hof t4e Aleuthm h
-u a:.? -,ia ' hundred inihes west t
-t u lin, of coat. The seal are
i t fu w s Ivr:d hundred 3
-fr:',- . er, and .re gradualy 1
- -: a- u t114 --ct is dei o'b
ce-' a h CtialianP
a r b I
.4 t v di,-x withi a
a t'.:ugh te i en te al
m- at tuvii evng I
h:.. et1''It to a iJ. t
-but. .1 will Ih
L;_ -i -t- o lu t (iCtki oi the e
v2U? ent:Le to i doing theirj
01- C-: if1'' : UUll Vessel euting -t
r oiLer ag is iscoe-r t
11' 1161"" 1ii enAhimigs Sea it wili hl'
Sdutyv of? the Rush to demand her stir- a:
-:de-." ' t" samder reises our offleers si
Al raak the euna iy force aLd sink f(
ri ne-cesnr. .the Pua caulies a 1
itey and can make apretty good i;
eo- -itxc are that if the dim1
tv-S-no-1"nd this Wintr.cithereCwilljb
ig-t?he .tush, rho Bear anti the I
ets The hAt, however, is worthless ce
a erauir. Her' unly dutyv will be to fsi
S. of tioatzmg battery to St. tl
or ' ad -cit.. laul iLland%, and keep qj
Iting pates from the Canadian ui
t wa a. so learncd. at the treasury de- ri
rt:'esthtScretary of State Baiyard tl
S iiV' miiinfrme whien he a~sserted that v
tecan"'red schooners had been v:
at:2 atg uaiaska. At last accounts ti
I; o-?& er,:it had bcen hauled onshore, t<
ii th- w )' '2AiLu of 'a break in her s
a r~ cams. '~ins vessel was the ti
alsoftelot. Tire retst of the Ileet 'v
iiflg qui-: v at anrchor, and photo- il
1phs 0 them r? ile in the revenue ti
f-ie bare'au. Some of the Canadian 1
c-is have intimated that the zeal c
(Aw by otileers of the Rush and Bear c
thec iknult of their desire for prize e
mer. BeLfore an officer of the revenue tl
mrinc can obtain any prize money he b
-s his claim with the secretary, who c
ows what he deemlis proper. it is exn- an
mely douta ifaypimoney will A
-r cnt. iL the usual mdlowaince mado to jt
IOu V -: iia Al' 'ri i-: l'1..) c H. t:
(mn ii flit thll Settler,, to (Go to thie
.mae .ir ait (coln:iam.
o cthl E-ito The 'wIa d Courier:
1'jr :o er s rmS igh apreciationl t
l iindue1 done lh' oieibre rULS? iCj
e u o represen~t in your "earty 1
do., .xme.L andr 'ditarial. notice o'f ti- j
.r.conerioth I ts is desirelj
1 yx pru m r.je' dur'eg thec
-- r hav -vet as 'r-rl'det to
-din fr - t
---u* wI reig-id a.-i
avig arreczotvre, and on this
basis the delegates aniy be s
,aving laid the object of thu w
before the railroad authorit'es, v
showing that it was intended to
-lass of our farmers whom it is . ,!
tir out on any public oceasiom. c
arely attend our Fair, they r'ei
;he convention as an mnterest n-.
.iary to the Fair, and those whom I
20erd fr.rm have gererously c'.
: furnish free trans. porat
leiegateiS, as Soon as nvti'c
:aas. A the time is s Jeit
he counte.s to be es -rort%
I desir~ to th*row out ant
Or thef considera ti" of the c .n
Chere was a time duingh ep
)f these farmers, when '.: far'i t
outh Carolina made al th e.- .
ipon their ow"n plantationi-ee
ugar, coffef, saltl. se~mr a e 11.1*a;;s* .(
iner qualities oi clothing; -! iLh ln
lid not shine uon a :re i'pr
appy and cont'etm Peope ' T
he wide, wide world. It-dy- w
S to buy all they co'
nough cotton to e c tor
C.n't something be learn- :
iscussion of this subitct in zl- it
ngs? We hvtve the satic po
ame soil, tee samc geni'l se' t1
aine clouds, and beyond IL i h
ame healthinl, calm, pure, blue valt.
D. P. D u.
ADvENTURE.S OF A G01D W.).TC. I
t Was Stolen Eleven Ye:rt .1-o, and Uas
Got Rack to its Ownivrs.
Tnoy, ALA., October 22.-A curious
tory about a watch has just develcpd t
ero. Twenty years ago Mr. George <
theridge who lived in the upper part!
f this county, treated himself to a fine t
old watch, for which he paid .$1;5. He
ook it home, and his father told iia
at inasauch as he hol inve:tcd
auh in a watch that it would be a good
lea to take down the maker's name and a
umoer, which he dii, witiout ever t
hinking that that little precaution would
ver avail anything. lie kept it untili
876, when a laborer on his place t sA',
dvantage of his abseisce one %:ay, breke
to his house, and stole the wtcih audt
hain and skipped out. The thief we..
own into Dale county, and in a
ime got into trouble. In order t
vade the clutches of the law, e ,.1
ut in a picce of woods, and L hil1"ti.-',
.e lost his t prize, ad in a
ime left for the 'est. In 1'2. ' '
Ir. Metcali, who lives near t-i .
as hrubbing a pice of s'condy
tnd, he found ie watch und ea t
ircumstances to several of hisnpi
or, b.ut could tiul no ower i
rop-ru-. The wateh had Le1.'n yieg i
Ie wo' ds six years. and was n "
Mectdf carried it to t jw-.l'
'..Ila 2nd hod i epaired and tok i
orne w ith him and K.e)t it 1.! .t
atur!ay. lu the ca.r. part of h w' n
Ir. A. .ilev, of c i' ~city, who is' aI
roet -- in-i; of 31r. E:dge, Le c'aa
:;at indu'cd hiU t>' w 'irr.
he tLou eit he coul ut- hita on
aek of his host watch. Mr. * Et1heli1e
rrived in the city nd wert to .
eteali's, jes.cribed the watch, ave th-:
umber and tie maker's name, V.tid
IctCali wh:t he hA paid ot for rep.ir.,i
aceived his property, and rc'tried
igliy elated over his succiss in recov- -
ring his lost jewelry.
Combiaations are the ord-r of thO di-.
ad the last one rceorded is ain immeusn i
agar "trust" to rol th.e pec ple bY
)rcing up the rice of
hiaephia Record 1:3the ..l>.au .
explanation of the conspr. y .rv
earl a ye av e'.Yorts have been pu or
ad nlegotiations have been in "rogra e
y the sugar refiuers of Newv Ton and .
oston to form a coane, o e'.mt,
hereby the production of each relacm'y t)
Sull be regulated, and, if nece s ry, a
spension of work be ordered, sho'aL
le aggregate produzcion exc~eed tim re
uirmnt 4 of the domestic trade.u a-i
nderstood that the irust has not been
nally formed as yet, bat th'a' the :ir
igements will be esnipleted soI 'nd e
i Philadelphia retineries syr.thz
-ith the movement. The ownes f the
arious retincries are now eggdi
king 'an account of stock preparatory er
y the settlement of the del. A s
alt of the proposedl co"mbinica a h
ust, oriens have adviaced i hsct
itin the past forty-eight 1or~ '-> ~
gure which is considered hain '.e.
ade. On Wednesday morning gran
Lted sugar, which is the ,tandard, was
oted at f4 cents per pound. lester
ay afternoon the closing prie v,.as %
ents per pound. The prodluction of
de refineries of this city is about ~>,0 i r
arrels per day. The increas'e in pricet
ccasioned by the projposed comabnition
mouns to a'out 75 cents per barrel.
s a result of the new trust, the retailer's
rl pay about $3,700) more for the pio
ection of the retiners of th s em;' to-a.y
han they would have paid on 'uay
:ist. Thec retail price of sagar, a- ae
rom the Grocers' Associat ion anmnounce
aent on Monday msorning last, ned the
rice at 7 cents per ipound. It will
'robably be 8S cents on .Mond"y "t.
:e proper and only conclusiv" an"nver
o this combination of rascit is to u
eined sugars on the free list.e
Ceoplei have rights w.hich monopoli
aust be forced to rcspect. The fcees
he,~I 1r epane . .b :Tw
.hth cllece on theiii frn pre
lur-in.. e smme.- hIashinjfm .Nar'.
*urt''' -2 XC'W '
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i~~z 171." i
: t d
Thy L: d
a t l~il lj; iou veo on "ad
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Ne, a Thousand Tai>les Pine for Food."
(Nevw Y ork Mail and Express.)
Lundun has jnit had a little experi
ence with a horde of half starved wretch
c-s that have been permitted to swarm
. ad gather to a head at an important
p)-)int in the West Eu.i. That great city
has a peculiar experience with its hungry
eole, who have the instinct of associa
o ad act together in maes. Even
, good times, when only the lazy and
ginc ralized are hungry, ten, twenty, or
itv of these will assemble and parade
strects, chanting in chorus: "We are
sarved out," or some similarly direct
tdement of their condition. But now
unumbers are greater. Times are not
good, and in a city of millions of people
:%-re must be very many men and
.omen who find it ditlicult to support
2mselves, and very many more who do
t try, and a goodly proportion of per
ons who spend in liquor the little they
aru, and then attitudinize as honest
>oor men to get more. In all cities
iere are such elements; but in a city
*here they are evenly distributed
hrongh the whole population they are
Ot left as a threatening phenomenon.
cUah neighborhood digests its own
- is. But where these elements have a
ulldency to aggregation they can be
1ery troublesome. They have this ten
Incy in London, and now they have a
ecognized rendezvous. For some un*
ecountable reason the Inthorities have
3ermitted them to seize upon and occu
y Trafalgar square and iorm there a
ort of camp. From that point they
allied out in procession Friday and
narchel to the Mansion House to call
ipon the Lord Mayor to make a formal
lemand for support. But as that great
unctuary would not receive them, they
narched away again and fought the
olice all along the route. People here
uay understand how this would be if all
he idle, lazy, tipsy vagrants of the
netropolis, with a mixture of those
-ealy in want, should form a camp in
.nion square and live there permanent
y, and sally out for beggary or menace
ii small groups or processions, terroriz
ug not only the immediate neighbor
.cod, but all the streets by which they
Vent, and forming the nucleus for a
reat riot. In this city we should not
ermit such a body to gather, and it is
ard to see why this is allowed in the
afpital of the British empire.
ItOUGHUI VISAGED WAI.
moothing His Wrinkled Front by Arbi
(N..w York Maii and Express.)
England and the United States are the
et Amphictyons of this age; for in all
uings they are near to each other. They
re in contact, more or less intimately,
round the world; they jostle in both
.=mispheres, and dispute the trade of
very sea; they cultivate the ambitions,
herish the same theories, worship God
a the same forms. Freedom, peace, in
ustry and commerce are their common
.loi. They are, as t origin at least,
he same breed of men; they use the
am-e language, submit themselves to the
m laws. These two great nations,
Lrefore, be supposed to have a favora
Ie application. They are not near
nong to have their differences en
encmead by the fierce passion of family
aarrels-they are too near to be the
ictims of hopeless misunderstandings
r of that barbarous impulse to fight all
trange peoples which has been at the
'ottom of many great wars. If any two
.ations on the earth can get on without
esort to arms these two should; if they
annot, the disarmament of nations and
reign of peace is a hopeless vision.
4e promise that there is in this pros
ct gives interest to the deputation of
istinguished Englishmen who have
omne hither to memoralize the President
n this subject, and to give at least the
wrai assent of a division of the British
cople to the action hitherto taken by
ogress in proposing that our Govern
aent shall endeavor to make a treaty
itn the British Giovernment for the
ubmission to arbitration of all future
iElerences that get beyond the scope of
:jplomacy. Nations should asimilate
heir conduct to that which is dictcted
,y the instinct of individuals. Barbar
us men, the ignorant, the brutal, the
>w down in the world, plume them
elves upon their physical force and
heir readiness to use it. Every differ
nece of opinion ends in a tight. As
hey get higher in the scale they are less
>rne to this conduct; but they will still
fght for nerious cases. H~igher still they
Zhaust every peaceful remedy. They
eason their differences more thorough
y, they accept the mediation of friends,
hey go to Court, they fight only at
onme ultimate point of passion rarely
eacht. d. Nations do the ~ie in part,
ut should be yet more logically the
ame as they ris~e in the scale of civiliza
ion. Civilized countries have minimized
he number of wars; and the resort to
ationail remedlies ma: be carried yet
A .ei Pool.
Somel of ice cattle m!efl of the plains
ave recently formiedt what: they call the
'Beej I' ',":md have united with Ar
'iur & Co to kr- p ices. Armour
ries to -uuhe iar goeck for $2.'>0
ri-a an give them thle proceeds.
The rain cemeu concerned say the dressed
efri' s runs alli the mar-ets, holding
-.-:n the prie or live attie nad holding
m h ic o rCe mOI eats, and that,
Ceirn s' .p . 1t eal wi the comnbina
iin iie pr1oter laim~L that by, this
:rangement' they will bei ejxmblcd to get
:Via ear. teed ing . watermil., unad pro
, iCo he aimah in trauit, and to
are he eormos abiukg thy not
-'Mzumet Assocation of
bpa ce -inston
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ou rapidlyv, but they are always fast enough